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    Is White Rice a Yellow-Light or Red-Light Food?

    Arsenic is not just considered to be a carcinogen; it’s likewise designated as a “nonthreshold carcinogen, meaning that any dose , no matter how tiny, carries some cancer risk”–so there really isn’t a “safe” level of showing. Given that, it may be reasonable to “use the conservative ALARA” approach, increasing showing As Low As Reasonably […] More

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    Dr. Gundry’s The Plant Paradox Is Wrong

    A book claimed to expose “hidden dangers” in healthy meat doesn’t even delivers the scent test. I started going emails about The Plant Paradox, a journal alleging to expose “the hidden dangers in’ healthy’ foods that case disease and weight gain”–foods like beans, entire cereals, and tomatoes. Hidden jeopardies? The author’s talking about lectins in […] More

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    The Role of Meat and Dairy in Triggering Type 1 Diabetes

    Type 1 diabetes “arises following the autoimmune destruction of the insulin-producing pancreatic b[ beta] cells …[ and] have often diagnosed in children and adolescents, often presenting with a classic trio of symptoms” as their blood sugars spike: undue longing, starvation, and urination. They need to go on insulin for the rest of their lives, since […] More

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    What Happens When Pregnant Women Eat More Animal Protein

    Are high-protein diets during pregnancy hygienic or destructive? That question was answered about 40 years ago in the notorious Harlem Trial of 1976: a “randomized restrained tribulation of nutritional supplementation maternity, in a poverty-stricken color urban population in the United States.” The study, which I discuss in my video The Effect of Animal Protein on […] More

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    What Not to Do When You Handle Receipts

    The plastics chemical bisphenol A, generally known as BPA, was banned for use in baby bottles in Canada in 2008, in France in 2010, in the European Union in 2011, and in the United State in 2012. Then, in 2015, France forbade the use of BPA in any food or beverage packaging, something the U.S. […] More

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